When the smoke cleared in Tiananmen Square on June 4, 1989, an untold number of protesters were dead in what later became known as a massacre. They gathered to protest for democracy, but records of their efforts are absent in official Chinese history books.Freelance journalist Kyle Gibson was there reporting for ABC's Nightline. She talks about the impact of the incident as athletes, the media and the world converge on China for the Summer Olympics at a time when Tibetans protest for their own liberation.
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